Intel Accelerating the Future of 5G at MWC 2017

In the lead-up to Mobile World Congress 2017 next week, Intel will continue its journey of showcasing to audiences how the pieces of the 5G puzzle will come together through amazing experiences with Intel Inside®.

5G is a fundamental technology critical to delivering next-generation experiences such as autonomous driving, smart cities, connected drones, and more. These new experiences will rely on split-second connectivity to function safely and effectively, with absolutely no room for error.

Intel is at the forefront of this revolution, accelerating the path to 5G in collaboration with its customers and partners in the industry.

Aicha Evans, senior vice president and general manager of the Communication and Devices Group at Intel Corporation, has penned an editorial to share more details about the company’s significant progress on that path, including:

  • Accelerating 5G From the Ground Up: Intel’s early investments in the cloud and core network technologies have resulted in significant developments in the next generation of connectivity and the next-generation core.
  • Partnering for Progress: Intel has a history of building new ecosystems – case in point, the PC and the Data Center – and we have been busy in 5G too. No one company can move this technology forward alone. We will continue to seek out partners across the industry to define, prototype and deliver early 5G products, solutions and use cases that will shape the market.
  • Interoperability Milestone: The industry recognizes that interoperability is critical for setting standards and guiding the development of technologies that work with other products or systems, present or future. It’s a major implementation hurdle. In the spirit of helping lead the industry and drive the innovation agenda, Intel has collaborated with key industry players to test and deploy interoperability, which is critical to scale 5G trials.

For more details on each point above, do check out the full editorial on the Intel Newsroom here:

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